Shock Theatre was a late night TV show in Dayton, Ohio from 1972 to 1985. The program played low budget horror movies with local cut-outs that featured skits, commercial parodies, and satire. For a few years, the show was called "Saturday Night Dead," since the program followed Saturday Night Live on the local station.
The host was Dr. Creep (aka Barry Hobart -- www.drcreep.com). Various characters shared the screen with Dr. Creep over the years; various producers were responsible for the on-screen chaos.
The Shock Theatre years covered on this site are from 1977 to 1980, when and other worked on-screen with the Creeper, and John Higgins was producer. Selected segments are being posted on YouTube as they become available at www.youtube.com/shocktheatre.
This site was last updated on 11 December 2008.
Questions/comments: John @ ShockTheatre.org
Shock Theatre "Classic" Playlist -- 1978/1979
|Dr. Creep from the open to Shock Theatre -- 1979|
WikiPedia entry on Dr. Creep
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|Obieyoyo (tm) and Dr. Creep -- 1979|
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